Cotswold Energy

It''s important to locate your heat pump close to the property, ideally on an outside wall close to the hot water cylinder if possible, this will help keep costs down. One of the main aspects of a heat pump installation is installing new pipework to connect the outdoor unit to the hot water cylinder. If you have already have a hot water cylinder in your home, we can reuse the same location, but will need to install a new heat pump compatible hot water cylinder.

We can often integrate a heat pump to your existing thermostats such as Nest, Heatmiser, Hive, Honeywell and others or can install a totally new control system as part of the installation.

Installation of an Air Source Heat Pump is considered to be permitted development, therefore no planning permission is required, provided that certain criteria is met, please see HERE for more information about planning consent.

Manufacturer’s life expectancy of an ASHP system is more than 20 years and there are minimal maintenance requirements. Annual servicing can be as little as £175 per annum and warranties can be as long as 7 years giving you total peace of mind.

ASHP technology can extract heat from the air even when the temperature is as low as -15c and uses electricity to increase heat as and when required, meaning that you will always be warm and comfortable whilst positively contributing to climate change.

Cherry Tree Cottage

Stunning Cotswold cottage installs Air Source Heat Pump to cover full heating and hot water demand and reduce carbon footprint.

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The Tyning

Detached property benefits from low carbon heating transformation

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The Springs

Beautiful grade 2 listed building installs 2 x ASHP units to cover full heating and hot water requirement.

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1 Upper Mills
Stonehouse
Gloucestershire
GL10 2BJ